Tuesday, January 12, 2010

What's in your computer?

What's in your computer? If you're like most of us, you can probably name the processor (Intel or AMD, Celeron or Pentium), maybe how much RAM it has, and maybe how big the hard drive is.

When you go to a computer store and see all the bright shiny PCs laid out next to each other, most will have tags or stickers indicating the:
Processor brand and model
Hard drive size and speed
Amount of memory (RAM)
Graphics card
Operating system

Two or three years later, when it comes time to upgrade your computer, that tag or sticker may be long gone. Speccy is thus designed as a free electronic "what's inside" sticker for your PC.

Speccy will give you detailed statistics on every piece of hardware in your computer. Including CPU, Motherboard, RAM, Graphics Cards, Hard Disks, Optical Drives, Audio support. Additionally Speccy adds the temperatures of your different components, so you can easily see if there's a problem!

Below is the CPU View : The CPU view has graphs for bus speed, rated bus speed, core average temperature etc. It shows you CPU cores, threads, sockets, technology, specifications, family, supported instruction sets, cache etc.

Below is the RAM View : RAM view shows Memory type, size, channels, frequency, Latency, CAS / RAS etc. It also shows the serial number, part number etc. for the installed memory slots.

Below is the Hard Disk View : It shows Manufacturer info, hard disk info like part number, serial number, volume details, error rates, file system details etc.

Download Speccy
Please note this is a beta version of Speccy and should only be used by advanced users on test machines. I recommend you wait for a final release version before downloading.

Download Speccy v1.00.066 Beta (20 Nov 2009)

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